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Play Pretend: Pizzeria (Ages 3-4)
In this fun interactive class, students will get to make pizza, add toppings, and serve and order from other students. Students can dress up like chefs and bring their play food. This is a great class for practicing social skills!
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Welcome to the Pizzeria! This is an interactive class where children will get to use their imaginations and have fun pretending to be working in, and ordering from, a pizza restaurant. Students will get to be chefs and "make the pizzas", as well as add toppings to pizzas based on orders (everyone will be able to order, and everyone will be able to make the pizzas). At the end of class, we'll have story time. Students are invited to dress up like a chef, and to bring play food or...
- Language Development - Social Skills - Communication (Speaking and Listening Skills) - Conflict Resolution - Fine and Gross Motor Skills - Literacy and Math Skills - Self Regulation/Impulse Control
1 file available upon enrollmentAll students need for this class are their imaginations. However, students are invited to dress up like a chef, and bring play food (pizza and toppings, a tray, mixing bowl, plate, spoon, etc.) to class. I will also be sending out an optional worksheet that students can bring to class to use as the base of their pizza to decorate with toppings as well. For toppings students can gather small toys, beads, buttons, or craft items like construction paper cut up or pipe cleaners bent into shapes, and bring those to class if they like.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Heather LanePreschool Teacher
107 total reviews
80 completed classes
Hello! My name is Heather, and I am an online educator and a Mom. I have my Lead Teacher Preschool certificate, and am in the process of becoming a certified Early Childhood Education teacher. Before I became interested in teaching Preschool, I...